African Violets
African Violets | Photo courtesy of Copperline Plant Co.

6 Veri Peri Plants to Spruce Up Your Home/Garden

In February 2022, Stuff, Web Exclusive by Cameron RhinehardtLeave a Comment

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WEB EXCLUSIVE These plants—inspired by Pantone’s color of the year—are simply iris-istible.

Spring is just around the corner. Dig into the feeling and the Pantone color of the year with these Veri Peri-inspired plants. Gorgeous periwinkle adds that perfect pop of (on-trend!) color to your garden so you can fling into spring with these six stem-tacular plants fit for any outdoor space.

Wild Bergamot

wild bergamot

This bee balm will add color and contrast to any florals you might already have growing. And—even better—the wild bergamot is edible! Use the leaves as a garnish in salads, or make tea out of them. And if you plant these bad boys by your house, you’ll get some fly new roommates: bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Great Blue Lobelia 

Great Blue Lobelia

This flower loooooves attention. Growing taller than your average toddler and shining bright blue, these gorgeous flowers were once thought to cure syphilis… The more you know!

Blue Wood Aster

Blue Wood Aster

A garden without these pretty-in-peri flowers would be dis-aster-ous. And they bloom from love (literally, they have heart-shaped petals), so they’re experts in bringing a smile to your face—and beauty to your garden.

Blueberries

Blueberries

Keep your garden fruitful with this Very Peri berry that’ll make you anything but blue. Homegrown blueberries are easy to care for and delicious (blueberry smoothies, anyone?), and they make the perfect last-minute gift for family and friends. 

L.A. Dreamin’ Hydrangea

LA Dreamin Hydrangea

Bring California dreamin’ to your own backyard with inspo from the beautiful bursts of color these showstopping florals produce—from pinks to blues and everything in between. The Hydrangea is sure to spruce up your yard and have your friends saying “you grow, girl!”

African Violets

African Violets
Photo courtesy of Copperline Plant Co.

Roses are red, violets are blue (er, purple?)… Stemming from the tropical rainforests of Tanzania and Kenya, these houseplants are angels—they’re easy to take care of and double as decor to spice up any room. 

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